By Euphemia MuThis student-led initiative is refreshing. It is good to see that these students are recognizing that Christianity does not require a disengagement of the intellect.
Princetonian Staff Writer
While humor, political and literary publications abound across campus, religious writing has had little outlet until recently.
Revisions magazine, first published last spring, hopes to fill that void with articles written from a Christian perspective.
"We felt that the Christian viewpoint was underrepresented, if at all," Revisions editor Andrew Matthews '06 said. "We wanted to show Christianity is academically viable and rationally founded."
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